AUTHOR: (PLANCHE, James Robinson).
TITLE: Theatre, Bridgenorth On Thursday Evening, February 21st, 1828,... The Tragedy of Jane Shore. And The Vampire; or, The Bride of The Isles.
PUBLISHER: Gitton, Printer, Feb. 21, 1828.
DESCRIPTION: Broadside, playbill, 9-5/8" x 7".
CONDITION: Small hole near the center affecting on letter, closely trimmed along bottom but not affecting words, otherwise clean and bright, a VERY GOOD playbill of an early Vampire stage production.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Vampire being played by a Mr. Gordon.
As stated by the playbill - "In the course of the Drama, will be exhibited the following Scenery :- Fingal's Cave in the Isle of Staffa, with the Tombs of the Vampires. Unda in a car, drawn by Swans. Clouds disclosing Ariel the Spirit. Hebridean Sea by Moonlight. - Grand Gothic Hall in Lord Ronald's Castle. The Rising of the moon over the gardens of Ruthven..... And the final Disappearance of the Vampire in a Shower of Fire!!!"